We lift your expectations!

Are you looking at a big move with your family this year? Are you concerned about the cost of the full services to do everything?

You need to consider doing some self moving to save a lot of money. At Ferguson moving & storage, we want to be considered your trusted moving advisors. We can design and provide the moving services that best suit your needs. We offer the most solutions than any other Vancouver mover.

If you’re like most people, you are loking at moving and storage companies because you want professional care taken with your valuable furniture. That’s where you really shouldn’t cut corners. So where can you cut corners?

Perhaps you’re move is going to be 70% furniture and 30% boxes. Maybe you have a teenage son that has friends who will give a hand for a little bit of pocket money. If that’s the case, why not consider renting a small moving van from Ferguson Moving & Storage and move the boxes yourselves? We’re dealers for Penske rental trucks. This means we have rental trucks right in our parking lot.

Then when the movers show up, all they have to move is the furniture. We can handle the dining room table, chairs, sofa, loveseat, ottoman, buffet, hutch, piano, grandfather clock and all the beds. Plus all the furniture will be wrapped in pads and shrink wrap for protection from rain, soiling, tearing, nicks and scratches.

But the boxes you pack are durable. If you feel like you cannot pack the boxes yourself, schedule an appointment to come to our office for a 30 minute free packing course. We’ll not only show you how to pack boxes for your move, we’ll also give you tips to prepare for your specific moving needs to ensure that you’re ready for move day.

We want to be more than a moving company, our goal is to become your trusted advisor for arranging your move to meet your needs.

We guarantee it,

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